Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1960. Hardcover. Good. Both volumes red cloth faded to orange but for center area on front/back covers. Covers stained and rubbed but bindings tight. Clean and tight internally but with age toning to page edges and the leaf of paper comprising page 3-6 not bound in but laid in place (vol. 2). All plates present.. Faded red cloth/boards. Grey lettering. Vol. I: 339 pp. with bw frontis, 2 color plates, and 268 bw illustrations. Vol. 2: 317 pp. with bw frontis and 374 bw illustrations. Without dj. Oversize and heavy and will require extra postage. (8 pounds / 3.63 kilos / .5 stone). Text in French. Scholarly papers read and published for an international conference of 19-21 September 1958. Subjects include the Parisian and Roman milieu, sources and themes, problems of style, and Poussin's radiance, each with numerous essay topics. Volume 2 includes the archives, texts, some illustrations, notes. Each volume contains prefatory material and its own index for that volume. An excellent reference.
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